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RUGBY LEAGUE. QUEENSLAND BEATEN. WEARING'S BRILLIANT FORM. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925
KUGBY LEAGUE. QUEENSLAND BEATEN. WEARING'S BRILLIANT FORM. The New South Walea Rugby League team beat Queensland at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Saturday last by 27 points to 10. The match was witnessed by 35,000 people who received the win with great enthusiasm. After Queensland's successive vic tories last year and this year it was not expected that New South Wales coul4 turn the tables, particularly so convincingly. New South Wales' suc cess was in a great measure due to B. Wearing, the South Sydney brill iant three-quarter, who scored 21 out of the 27 points secured by the win ners. He kicked no less than six goals and scored three tries. One of the tries was secured after a brilliant run of nearly 100 yards. Wearing was given an ovation at the conclusion of the match, when his comrades carried him shoulder high to the grandstand. The home team backs, with the exception of Wearing and F. -Rule, were a new back division. Rule and O'Rourke also played grandly. , . •. J. Johnson,, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925
Trend expressed in Full Fresh Stocks of Smart Dresses and Accessories at Early inspection of these Beautiful Fresh Goods will convince of their superb value New Goods in Every Department. Dress Department— AUTUMN AND WINTER DRESS LINENS in all shades. COTTON GEORGETTES, in the most fashionable) coloiings. FUJ I, in stripes, plain and natural colors. SILK GEORGETTES. CREPE DE CHINE. FLORAL VOILES, in many designs. PLAIN COLORED "VOILES, all these are in the most fashionable shades and consist of Syi yard lengths only in each shade. COTTON JAP. OREPE, in every color. This is the best crepe munu factured, and selling freely at 1/- per yard. Show Room— We are showing an Exclusive Range of MILLINERY AND FROCKS in the most Fashionable Materials and Colors. Hosiery— Best Quality Only—" KYSER," " AS YOU . LIKE IT," and BOND'S "SILK ARTO," every pair guaranteed. Clothing—■ MEN AND BOY'S are well catered for'in.every line of WEARING APPAREL. MEN'S READY-MADE SUITS in Dark Grey Tweed from 50/-...
PRESENCE OF MIND. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925
PRESENCE OF MIND. The other iluy the five-year-old son of a neighboring farmer ran in breath less and very excited to his mother and said "Mother, there's a mouse in the pail amongst the cream." "And didn't you take it out, Jamie? asked his mother. "No, mother," said Jamie, proudly, "lnit 1 threw the cat in beside it." ,, A peach was walking clown the street And slie was more than fair; A smile, a nod, a half-closed eye, The'peach became a pair.
SOCCER. ENGLAND BEATS N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925
SOCCER. ENGLAND BEATS N.S.W. By beating N.S.W. on Saturday last the English Soccer team secured their tenth successive win. The game was played in the pres ence of 40,000 people, which shows that the Soccer code is becoming more popular with the New South Wales public. New South Wales' showing in the first match was most encouraging, as they were beaten by one goal only, and there were many in the large crowd who thought that llie home team would have won on this occas ion. When New South. Wales was ahead disaster overtook the team. Cart wright injured his hand which had to' be stitched, causing his retirement. Later Leadbeater was injured and was compelled to retire. For 45 minutes the home team Jield England with only ten men, ultimately finishing with nine. In the .circumstances N.S.W. did very well to be beaten by only three goals.
TARALGA v. CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925
TARALGA v. CROOKWELL. Oil Monday last a third grade team from .Crookwell played a Tar alga team comprising similar play ers on the Taralga Showground. The visitors fielded twelve men, two of these being Taralga players. The game throughout was not very interesting from a spectator's view point. Taralga, however, with Sedge Bradbury and- Jim Webb always prominent in the first half, had the play in the visitors' territory contin uously, scoring nine points to Cronk w ell's" nil. These tries were scored by Webb (2) and C. Quinn (1), Brad bury being well in the picture. In the second half Bradbury played-; with Crookwell and, immediately af ter resuming play secured the ball and, after a good run, transferred to Billingham, who crossed over. This player was a tower of strength to hia team. His handling of the ball and nippy running were outstanding fea tures ol the game. No further scores were obtained by either side and Taralga won by nine points to three. Mr. H. Kennedy refereed the m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925
GOLDSBROUGH, MORT & CO. Ltd., SYDNEY. WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN STOCK &' STATION AGENTS LIBERAL ADVANCES HIGHEST PRICES AND PROMPT RETURNS Writ* ftr WAYBILLS. LABELS and MARKET REPORTS. It da Li OUDMORE, Manafir, OHAS. HOPE, Asst. Manager,
CITY OR BUSH LIFE—FOR WOMEN? [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925
CITY OR BUSH LIFE—FOR WOMEN? In the fine June issue oE "Every lady's Journal"—just to hand—is a genuine and very human document. An Australian bushwoman writes from her heart on "The Joys and Trials of Bush Life." She contrasts the life of the selector's wife with that of her sister in the city. This is an article to be read by city and bush women alike. June "Everylady's Journal'' is a magazine that, in its appeal to Aus tralian readers, far surpasses foreign journals. The free patterns enclosed and the many fashion designs are se lected for our seasons, aud its 90 big pages are rich in stories, articles, etc., planned specially for Australian wo men. In this splendid issue will be found such articles as "Women I Saw in Europe," by Charles Nuttall, "Why We Grow Old," by Lionel Barrymore. Mary Card's Crochet Lesson, Miss Drake's Cookery Page, four fine short stories and dozens of practical and in spiring articles for women. It is now unite certain that Mr. Lang will have a majority ...
ACCIDENTS. MOTOR CYCLIST HURT. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925
ACCIDENTS. MOTOR CYCLIST HURT. Whilst returning home from adance last Friday week, Mr. Thos. Apps, of Jerrara, riding a motor cycle; ran in to a bank. He sustained.irijuries to one of his legs, and was the following day admitted to the Crookwell Cottage Hospital, where he is still an inmate and progressing favourably.
THE GARDEN VEGETABLES AND FLOWERS. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925
THE GARDEN VEGETABLES AND FLOWERS. - JUNE. ' Vegetable Seeds.—Sow Broad Beans, Carrot, Leak, Lettuce (Coss), .Onicin,, Parsnip, Peas (largely for main crops), Radish (in dry places), Spinach, Gar lic, Eschalots, Potato and Tree Onions. Flower Seeds.—This being generally a wet month, the soil is unsuited for sowing many flower seeds. However, a few of the hardiest may be sown in favorable places. Miscellaneous.—Plant out Herbs, Rhubarb, Sea Kale; Asparagus, Cab bage and Cauliflower Plants. Con tinue planting hardy trees, shrubs, and all fruit trees. Sow grain and fodder, also Vetches. Mr. A. D. Kay, the nevly-olected North Sydney member, says the Inde pendents will control politics in Aus tralia before long. Mr. Kay affirms that he Is the first of a. number of men who are going Into Parliament to break down machine politics. * • * Whether the Graziers' Association will abstain from participation in party politics Is engaging the consld-' eration of organisations in the vari oub count...
POLITICAL PIPS. IN THE OLD DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925
POLITICAL PIPS. IN THE OLD DAYS. Mr. George Reld, aged 96, voted at Junee on polling day. He lives at Wantabadgery, 20 miles away. He re . members the time when the names of the candidates were read aloud, and the electors publicly declared their choice.- Mr. Reid says that' generally there were hefty supporters of the candidates around who were prepared to deal with an opposition. POLITICAL JAZZER. Mr. J. T. Ness was trying to im press Eastern Suburbs electors with the necessity of Australia starting to be less frivolous. "There was danc ing—jazzing—this was working harm in Sydney," he,said. "Piffle!" came the decisive bass voice of a heavily limbered elector, who looked as nimble as a hippo. "Why your own Billy Hughes is the greatest jazzer that was ever created. He takes one step that way and two that, and he tumbles onto the fences and then on each side of it." -THE GOULBURN COUNT. . The "S.M. Herald" says: The figures of the Goulburn count furnish evidence of how the Progressiv...
MYRTLEVILLE (From our correspondent.) PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925
MYRTLEVILLF, > (From our correspondent.) PERSONAL. Mr. Johns, with part of his family, is holidaying at Manly. They expect to return on Monday or Tuesday next. They motored down and are having a good tour ot the city and suburbs. • Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie, of Strath airn, Myrtleville, are spending a quiet holiday in the "femora and Young districts. They expect to be away some few- weeks. Mrs. Johns, of '"Strathalbyn," has not beeni well and has to seek medic al advice. We hope she will soon be well again. . V- BUILDING ACTIVITIES. . *Mr. D. McAIister is making prepar ations for building a now house on his property. In all probability re pairs will be made to the school in a few weeks. AGRICULTURE Mr. Offley has just completed dig ging several acres. of potatoes. The weather has been cool the last few days. The fields look green. The grass is very short. Dairying has reached a low ebb, as the winter is upon; us.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925
"Dreams Of Long Ago!" tender mem- ! ories Whispers fond and low, haunting mel odies, Love songs sweetly sad stirring to and fro, Echoes of the past—"Dreams of Long Ago!" Ripples on the tide,- 'neath a light sublime, • • Tender vows which bide thro' the; light of time, Childhood's tears and dread when we croup endure. And. faith in Woods' Gretit Pepper mint Cure. » * * Marooned for nearly three months on Nassan, a lonely Island in the Pa cific, castaways from the auxiliary schooner "Samoa," owned by BurnB, Philp & Co., ot Into touch by wireless with Sydney on Thursday and report ed the vessel a total wreck. First aid for coughs, colds & Influenza Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. • •
COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL STOCK SALES. Messrs. O. H. Furner & Co. report: [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925
COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL STOCK SALES. s Messrs. O. H. Furaer & Co. report: A fair yarding of sheep and a large number of cattle yaTded at last Fri day's Crookwell sales to a large at-1 tendance of buyers, both local and out side centres being represented. Sheep prices were about'' on a par with late sales, and the cattle market was much in advance of late previous sales, both for fats and stores, and prices held right throughout the sale every line being practically cleared. , We yarded the best fat bullocks and cows seen here for some consider able time. • We realised the following prices for sheep: ' Fat wethers, from 32/6-to 30/9; merino wethers, 26/- to 28/8; merino ewes, to 24/4; merino lambs, ■ IS/1 to 24/; fat comeback lambs, to 2S/1. Cattle, prices, were as follows: Fat' bullocks, £8/12/6 to £11; 3-year-old steers, £6/15. to £7/1/-; 2-year-old steers, £4/i0/-'-to/£5/7/-; fat cows, i £7/6/-; extra .' prime, to £9/7/-; springers, from ' £6' to £8/5/-; pod dies. from 3.0/-...
STRAY JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925
, STRAY JOTTINGS. (By V.J.C.) COMB years ago a man named Mitch ell was alone on liis selection on the Wollondilly River some miles be low Barrallier. As the result of his horse falling he sustained two brok en legs. Suffering much pain Mitch ell dragged his broken limbs through the rocks to where his horse had stopped after racing away. But the horse refused to be caught, and raced further away. Mitchell did not lose heart, but took a length of wire that lie found nearby, and converting it into a loop he placer! it across the path between two trees, and then crawling into some shade lay still to await results. Towards evening the horse returning home along the path, became fast in the snare which was securely tied to one of the trees. Mitchell climbed up the fore leg of the horse and reaching the mane dragged himself into the saddle and rode many miles up a steep hill ' to obtain aid. VyE were mustering cattle ten miles out from the homestead. One of the station hands got a fall fro...
THE TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925
THE TOWN. 11 you want to be in the kind oE town Like the kind of town you like, You needn't pack up your tools in a huff . . And start on a long, long hike; For you'll only find what you've 16ft behind, For there's nothing that's really new, When you blame your town, you blame yournlf, For it isn't the town—it's you. Real towns are not made by\thosel afraid Lest someone else gets ahead, But when everyone works and nobody shirks You can raise a'town from the'dead. So if then you give your very best, And your neighbor gives it, too, You'll find the town you like to see, For It isn't the town—it's you.
WAGGA FLOODS. BURRINJUCK DAM BLAMED. CONFERENCE OF COUNCILS TO BE CALLED. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925
WAGGA FLOODS. BURRINJUCK DAM BLAMED. CONFERENCE OF COUNCILS TO BE 'CALLED. A conference of councils in the areas. affected by the flood wat ers will be called shortly to de ,cide on measures for safe, guarding life and property on the. lower river. * This decision was .reached at a meeting of the Wagga Council. . The large quantity of water held in Burrinjuck dam caused the floods, ac cording to the aldermen, and' it was decided to ask the Govennnent to keep the water 'in the dam low. dur ing the winter, so as to prevent a re currence of the disaster. "This municipality must not, and will not, allow the impounding o£ waters in Burrinjuclt dam without proper records* being sent to us as to what the position actually is," said tiie Mayor (Aid. Byrnes). "In my. opinion, had it not 'been for the fact that Burrinjuck dam was allowed to fill while the hydro-electric plant wass being installed in the bed of the river below the dam,-much of the damage done by this flood -would have been sav...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925
f\Ull STOCKS OP THESE ARE NOW COMPLETE AND WE QUOTE ^ A FEW LINES WHICH WILL STAND COMPARISON: — BLANKETS. WHITE, 54 x 72 33/6 pr WHITE, 63 x SI 43/6 pr WHITE, 72 x 90 .. .... .. .. .. 52/6 & 59/6 pr WHITE, 81 x 99 .. 67/6 pr GREY, 54 x 72 : .. .. .. 29/6 & 32/6 pr GREY, 63 x SI 37/6 & 42/6 pr GREY, 72 x 90 : . . .. .. .. 45/6 & 50/ pr FLANNELS—DARK GREY, SILVER GREY & NATURAL .. 2/11 yd FLANNELETTES, 27 inch. Striped .. .. ... .. ..... .. .. 1/ yd FLANNELETTE, 31 inch, Striped .. .... 1/6 yd FLANNELETTE, 33 inch, Striped .. ... 1/8 yd FLANNELETTE, 36 inch, .Striped .. ...... .. ...... 1/11 yd FLANNELETTE, 27 inch, White .... .... .; ,10Jd yd FLANNELETTE, 30 inch, White V 1/3 yd FLANNELETTE, 36 inch. White .... . . . . .. .. 1/6 & 1/11 yd DARK GREY STORM FLANNELETTES ...... .. 1/ & 1/6 yd DRESS FLANNELS, 28 inch, Navy, Brown, Mole, Putty, Mauve, King fisher and Rose, 3/11 yd. ALSO A SPLENDID RANGE OF DRESS LENGTHS IN FLANNEL, H...